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As climate change leads to more and wetter storms, cholera cases are on the rise

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Tropical storms like Ana and Gombe are becoming more frequent, more powerful, and wetter.

The World Health Organization says climate change is aggravating the acute global upsurge of cholera.

30 countries reported outbreaks in 2022 , 50% more than previous years ’ average.

Cholera is a diarrheal illness that spreads in places without access to clean water and sanitation.

Cyclone Freddy turned out to be the longest-lasting cyclone ever on record, killing more than 600 people.

Cholera cases in Mozambique , Madagascar , and Malawi continued their downward trend.

UNICEF worries a shift in Malawi ’s methodology for reporting cases may be giving a false impression of how successful mitigation efforts are.

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